Lisa Tucker, PhD, FIDEC, AIA, ASID, IIDA, LEED AP BD+C
Chair, Interior Design Program

B.S. Architecture, University of Virginia

M.Arch. History, University of Virginia

Certificate of Historic Preservation, University of Virginia

Ph.D., Architectural Studies, University of Missouri

B.S. Architecture, University of Virginia

M.Arch. History, University of Virginia

Certificate of Historic Preservation, University of Virginia

Ph.D., Architectural Studies, University of Missouri

Lisa M. Tucker, PhD is a licensed architect, NCIDQ and Virginia Certified Interior Designer, and holds both LEED BD + C and WELL professional accreditations. She is a professor at Virginia Tech and teaches courses on biophilic and sustainable design and upper level design studios and is the Program Chair for Interior Design. She holds degrees in Architecture and Architectural History from the University of Virginia and a PhD from the University of Missouri—Columbia in Architectural Studies. Dr. Tucker was honored as the 2016 IIDA Educator of the Year as well as by Design Intelligence as one of the Most Admired Design Educators in 2010 and 2017.

Certified Interior Designer, State of Virginia, #743
Registered Architect, State of Virginia, #0401 01839
NCIDQ Certificate #9409
LEED AP BD + C  #10289207
Well AP #2291

ltucker@vt.edu